Homeland Security to study chemical attack on NY subway
(Source: NBC New York, May 8, 2016)
NEW YORK — New York City commuters could face delays this week as federal authorities test the vulnerability of the city's subway system to a possible chemical attack. Beginning at 11 a.m. Monday the Department of Homeland Security will be releasing low concentrations of a harmless, non-toxic gas into several midtown Manhattan subway stations, including Grand Central, Times Square and Penn Station.
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Monday, May 9, 2016
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